Miles Fisher is a Lighting Designer and Lighting Programmer based in London. He Graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2015.


Miles found his passion for lighting while at St Edward's School in Oxford. He spent many hours in the theatre working on the school shows. During the summer holiday in 2010 he completed the National Youth Theatre's Lighting and Sound Course. This led to him working on their production of Orpheus and Eurydice (Old Vic Tunnels, 2011) and Ghost Office (The Lighthouse, Glasgow, 2011)


After finishing at St Edward's in 2011, he took a gap year where he worked freelance. During his gap year, he worked for various different companies including returning to St Edward's to Program their school show.  He also worked part time as Network Administrator for Movinata Limited as he has extensive knowledge of servers and networking.


In October 2012, Miles started at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama (RCSSD). Throughout the 3 year course he worked on many projects in the university but also kept working freelance.  During his 3rd year, he programmed the Evening Standard Theatre Awards at the London Palladium and Dick Whittington at the Wycombe Swan.


Upon finishing at Central, Miles became Programmer for Dusty at the Charing Cross Theatre. This role also turned into Lighting Design when the Designer was unavailable after a script change. Miles also returned to RCSSD as Chief Electrician for two of the MA Shows which took place during the summer (The Suicide - Embassy Theatre, Miss Johnson - Webber Douglas Studio).

The biggest project he has worked on was Lighting Design & Programming for Al Jazeera Media Network for their news studios in Qatar.

Miles also has extensive experience working Front of House.

Miles is currently General Manager at the Charing Cross Theatre / Players Bar & Kitchen although still works freelance at the same time.